Multimodal distribution, Advanced Statistics

 

Multimodal distribution is the probability distribution or frequency distribution with number of modes.

Multimodality is frequently taken as an indication which the observed distribution results from the mixing of the distributions of relatively distinct groups of observations. An instance of the distribution with four modes as shown in the figure drawn as follows

 

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